Bruno Mars will soon begin his residency at MGM venues in Maryland and Las Vegas for the remainder of 2016 and into March of next year.
This exclusive residency dates will lead right up to the European leg of his 24K Magic World Tour, which the singer has already extended with additional shows due to popular demand. Mars will launch his U.S. portion of the tour on July 15 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The singer is scheduled to play an impressive 108 performances around the world before wrapping up the tour with four nights in Los Angeles. Tickets to see Bruno Mars in 2017 are currently averaging $415 on the secondary market, according to data provided by TicketIQ.
Through North America, he will make stops in cities like St. Paul, Minnesota at the Xcel Energy Center on August 5, where tickets are averaging $555. On September 14, Mars will appear in Charlotte, North Carolina, and tickets for this particular show can be found for as cheap as $90.
Ticket prices surge again for his September 29 date in Washington D.C. at the Verizon Center, where tickets are currently averaging $608, with the lowest get-in price currently around $91. Mars will make two appearances during his time in the city of Miami, Florida on October 18 and 19, and tickets for both nights feature an average of $430.
Another in-demand stop along his route will be at Madison Square Garden for two nights on September 22 and 23. Tickets for these anticipated shows are averaging $548 on the resale market, with the cheapest ticket going for $103.
Bruno Mars will be out on the road in support of his current record, 24K Magic, which is home to his hit single of the same name. Mars recently had the opportunity to give fans a taste of his new music when he appeared as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, performing “24K Magic,” along with another track off the record, “Chunky.” This package of new music will be the singer’s third studio record.
Before he begins his residency, Bruno Mars will appear at The Staples Center in Los Angeles on December 2, with fellow artists Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Meghan Trainor and many more for iHeartRadio’s annual Jingle Ball show.
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